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Family Warns Others of the Side Effects of Tamiflu After Teen Took His Life

By all reports, 16-year-old Charlie Harp was a happy kid who lit up a room and made everyone he came in contact with smile, which is why his aunt and uncle can't help but blame side effects of the flu medication, Tamiflu, for his unexpected suicide. Following a flu diagnosis the day before and after just two doses of Tamiflu, Bradley Ray found his nephew's body in the garage of their Indiana home.
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